Over a month ago in June, we said in a statement released to the media, "This country, can not afford to allow such an inefficient, non administrative service person to handle a serious and important ministry as its Secretary, and allow the country to go chaotic and into anarchy.
DMK leader Muthuvel Karunanidhi said that he very much doubts about President Rajapaksa’s statement on the Northern Provincial Council elections saying there is some “hidden meaning” on the polls scheduled a year from now as was said by the President.
Following criminal investigations and arrest by the Police againstVenerable Migettuwatte Sumitta, the Galle District Sangha Nayaka of the Asgiriya Chapter of the Siam Maha Nikaya, his Chapter has suspended his clerical titles.
Sri Lanka x news journalist Shantha Wijesooriya addressed a written complaint to the IGP yesterday (8) in connection with an attempt to abduct him made by a group last Wednesday (5) who are suspected to be of the Govt. security divisions. Hereunder is the complaint made by Shantha Wijesooriya:
President Mahinda Rajapaksa has told the Hindu that Northern Provincial Council elections in Sri Lanka will be held in September 2013.
Director General of the Media Center for National Security (MCNS) Lakshman Hulugalle, who has been appointed to the board of directors of Commercial Bank, has been ordered a suspended jail term and fined by the Colombo High Court over a timber racket.
Sri Lankan diplomats serving in overseas missions say it is humorous to hear the President reprimanding mission heads saying their only aim was to educate the children when the President had used all resources in overseas missions to provide facilities to his three sons to be educated overseas.
Editor of the Silumina newspaper published by the Lake House, Karunadasa Sooriyarachchi has chosen a twice divorced 24 year old pretty lady to help boost the rapidly declining circulation of the newspaper, sources from Lake House said.
The interview of the Defense Secretary Mr. Gotabaya Rajapakse with the editor of the Sunday Leader on the airlifting of a dog deserves comment not because of anything surprising contained in the interview. Its importance lies in its banality. It reveals something that has come to be quite common and ordinary in the day-to-day experience in Sri Lanka.
Army Commander Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya has told former Army Commander General Rohan Daluwatte that he could only issue orders to the Seva Vanitha Unit and the Civil Administration Unit in the Army under Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa.
Media activists say that despite claims by the government that operating websites that have not been registered is illegal and a violation of a court directive, there is no law that stipulates the registration of websites.
The Attorney General’s Department had advised the CID officers to get a court order to protect them in the event a case was filed against the raid on the office of Sri Lanka Mirror and Sri Lanka X News. However, a magisterial directive has indicated that the CID would not receive such immunity.
ITN journalist and UPFA organizer Sudharman Radaliyagoda who has several warrants issued against him has reportedly gifted a 96 piece dinner set to Police Spokesperson SP Ajith Rohana. Radaliyagoda has two warrants from the Special Crimes Division in the Mirihana Police and an open warrant from the Mirihana Fraud Bureau.
Senior DIG in-charge of the Colombo Division, Anura Senanayake has managed to almost completely cast aside the death of Sri Lanka rugger player Wasim Thajudin who was killed on Park Road, Colombo 5 on May 17th, police sources say.
Defence Secretary, Gotabaya Rajapaksa went berserk when contacted by The Sunday Leader to clarify and find out if he was aware that the management at SriLankan Airlines had taken a decision to change a wide bodied A340 scheduled to fly to Zurich on Friday July 13, to a smaller A330.
- British Tamils Forum, vehemently condemns the unlawful killing of Mr. Nimalaruban
- Abuse by Sri Lanka’s army rubs salt in wounds of war, Tamil women say
- Burial at a place of choice by family members is a matter of justice
- Yet another attempted abduction of a journalist
- Tamil inmates were asked to lick Superintendent’s feet and were beaten up mercilessly